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Buffalo Voice, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1905, Buffalo, Wyoming I t THE BUFFALO VOICE VOLUME XXIII. BUFFALO, JOHNSON COUNTY, WYOMING, SATURDAY, jUNE 17, 19oc NUMBER 8. THE NEW STORE. 4 KEEPS THE PRICES DOWN. HAS A FULL LINE OF t I t Drj Ms, Boots aid BEDDING TURPS AND TEEPEES, V 9 9 SEE US AND SAVE MONEY, JONES STOCKS, tINDERTAKERS ----AND---- SKILLED EHBALMERS. A full Line of OtdMto, Burial Robes and Undertaker's Supplies of all Kinds. Elegant for both adnlta and children's funerals Every modern conrenience for condncting fnnerals, including the New Lowering Device and the Church Truck. ElfelniDt ton uj DM list Apfmed Mefliod, EXPKBIENOKD FtTHEttAL DIBEOTOB. Wastlui; Away. The following leUJer from Robert E. Witw, of Saletn, Mo is Instructive 'I have been with deseiise for Ibe last five I lubt 3esh and nerer felt well and dootorrd vlth leading physicians and tried all remediec euggested without rchct Finally I tried loley a Ktduey Cure and leas than two bottles completely :ured me and I am now sound aod well sale by Buffalo Pharmacy SUMMIT HOTEL FIRST-CLASS. A share of the local and traveling public aoliclud Well furnUhed rooms and all modern convenience! Kales reasonable NOBTH MAIN ST., BOTFALO, WZO. CITY Market price paid for butchers stock and produce. SOUTH MAIN 9T BUFFALO. WYO. JAS. C. DlHLHAN Pna, A ED, CAHOW, VlnPna. Beef Treaa. ft" I LIVE STOCX SALESMEU, SO. OMAHA, bHJCAOO. DIRBCTOES: DAHLHAH. to. CASOW. L M. Bmtratn. to. CABOW, Tmw. AJW. Salwman Jw CLAMT, Balwrnan. Qma. SalwtaAn. OMAHA; NEBRASKA. Z. T, STOCKS, Prop, Foley'a Honey and Tar contains no opiates ind can safel; be given to cbil dren For Sile by Buffalo Pharmacy THE ...CAPITOL...... Liquor, wines and Cigars. The Best of Everything. H. ZINDRI. The Simple Life By CHARLES WAGNER From French bjr Mary Lowtai Copyright. 1B01. by McClurc, muloued from week belong to Iinmnnlty tnToiiLjj th? heart, the iatelllcence and the i beu un uuknou n power takes QI ue, aB the uhid of the sails f a chly and beam us timurd pity tuid Jubtku, and, yielding tu Its in i-iiUo say I t uiiiot help H K methiug Is (here (HroiiMr than 1 lu m sajlng the men of all time? mil j luts lime dCSJJJUiJ ii th iJ Jt jiboiy hi) manltj, but which inaj lu men s hearts And tiulj lofty within UK appears to a manifei talion of ibis uiysterj b utid Noble, feelings, like great tli ml deeds are of InsplruU H U the tree buds nnd ben IB fni t i is because it B i Ital fore 11 nnd receives light nnd wnr h fioiu the sun If R man in bin huml k sphere In the midst of the ten ml taulu that ore his h c nisecrates liiintjoU bliKCiilj to hi-- i M It Is be- cause he is lu contact the eternal source of goodness Tills cutrul force I manifests itself, under u thousand forms Sometimes It N In lumltable j energy sometimes wluu i tenderness sometimes the luilhiiut spirit that grasps and uproots the c 1 huiuttlmes maternal MV'II IIUK to Its anus from the wayside i hue it was perishing some bruised nud forgotten life sometimes the humble pitleme of long research All tint It lunches bears Its seal and the men It ins Ires know that through it we Hud our being To sene It Is their pleasure and reward They are suitfied to be Its instruments and Uin no longer look at the outwatd of theli of fice knowing tint not dm, Is RI eat, nothing small but tbit uur life and our deeds ure only of of the spirit through them CHAPTER I SIMPLE HiEUS WHEN we buj a bird of the faucier the good, man tells US briefly what Is uec-essarv for our penskmer and the whole hvgiene food and the rest Is comprehended in a dozen words Likewise to f-uni up the necessities of most men u few concise Hues would answer The r legime is in general of supreme simplicity aud so long as they follow It all is will with tlipm as with every obedient child of Mother Nature Let them depart from it complications arise health gaj ety unishos Only simple nud nntural living cau keep n hotly in full Instead of remembering thN prim Ipie we full Into tlie abPnatloub material tli nga does a man need to Ihe under tin best conditions' A healthful diet simple clothing n sanitary dwelling i a i iiir and else, 1 am not to cuter into by gienic details con i sc menus or dis cuss mode! tenements and dresi rt form Mj aim is to point out a direx tion and tell what ige would come to eocb of us from ordering his life in a spirit of simplicity To kuoo Hint this spirit does not rule in our society we need bit natch the Iht-i of men of all clashes Ask different people of very unllkt surroundings this question hat do iuu neid to "ion will see how they respond Noth ing Is more instructive I-or some ab orijlnals of the Pariblau asphalt there no lite possible outside a region j bounded by certain loulevards Ihere one finds the reaidml lo air tho illumi nntlng light, normal heat classic cook ery and, In moderation so many other things without whkh It would not he worth tbtj w bile to promerjnde this round ball On Iho various TCHRI of the bour gpois ladder people ropl> to tlie ques tiou Is necesriarv to live'' In figures varying th tlie decree of their ambition or education and tiy education U oftent st understood the ontward cnntoiufl of life the style of house dress tal ulucetlon pre- skin deep from a cer tain income fee or HU irj life becomes possible bflow that It Is Impossible Vi have ween men nimlt Bulcide be- cause 1" disappear rather linn rrtreurh Ob nerve tlmt thlc nilniiuuni the raufce of 9OT1CB. Otrosn ot llre-tLUck are hereby oot Bed that B) cittle hotwn or found will prompt- tjr ud Ihft utufcl tuultf tor of tueb or anlJfpiJt. turn your cowi twl of the flpnjj. tpbf hprf boy WffM bo; call. rtUUnp to lire rtook rmmtnr at will ttrictlj ftfMT Utll BnffalOt Wja. JUftj 20, 1905. fid. T. City Mmhi) nave ween men c ninm luinae oe- theli IDPTOH hml fallen under cwtaiu minimum T t preferred to disappear rather linn rrtreurli Ob nerve tlmt tlilc nilniiuuni the rauke of their despair wmild sulfi rlr-nt for others of rxtclliiR ncMi enviable to men tnRtcn nre modest with the altitude li reprlnn of ordlnan flora t! t nf thf forests (hut of pastures tlm f rockn and glacieis Above n 'Tin TOHP whr-tit is no lonner found 1 it ttip like the thick nturd) growths on the Huuiuifta of the where tbe larger tegetation can no longer find nourishment In all these different rt- glons of society men and no nut ter In which paitltular regions they flourish all are alike human belnfa bearing the BUtne mark How atranfft tlmt among fcllowa thore should a prodigious difference In metits' And here the of oar comparison fall us. Plants and aol mats of the same famlllea have Iden tlcal wants In human life we observe quite the contrary What conclusion fchall we draw from thli It not that with us there Is a considerable eUatlc ity in the nature and number of needs? is it well Is it farorable to the de of the Indtrldusl and ula happlnens and to the development and happiness of society that man sbouM e a oiuttitude of aud bend hla energies to their sattafactlonT Let ui return for a moment to our comparison w ith inferior beings Provided that their essential wanta are satisfied they live content la thla true of men? No In all classes of society we find dla- coutent I leave completely out of the quaa tloii Uiose who lack the neceultiea of life One cannot with Justice count hi the number of malcontents those from whom hunger told and misery wrtnf complaints I am considering now that multitude of people who live under con dltlons at least supportable. Whence comes their heartburning? Why IB It found not only among those of though sufficient meaua, but also under shades of Increasing refinement, all along the ascending scale, eren to opulence qpid the ttuoiitiltx of social Tin v talk of the contented mid die classes Mho talk of them? Peo- ple w ho judging from without think that as soon as one begins to enjoy ease be ought to be Bat the middle ttiey consider themselves satisfied? Not the least m the world If there are people at once ilcU And content, be assured that the} are content because know hmv to be so not because thay are rich An animal Is satisfied when it has eaten It lies down and Sleepa. A man also can He down and sleep for a time but it never lasts When be be- comes accustomed to this contentment he tins of it and demands a greater Man s appetite Is not appeased food it increases with eating This may seem absurd, out It Is Strictly true the fact that those who make tho most outcry are those who should find the bent recsons for contentment proves that hup pi ness la not allied to the nuxn bcr of our needs and the teal we put into their cultivation It h) for everj one s Interest to let this truth sink deep into his mind If It does not If be does not by decisive action succeed hi limit Ing his needs be risks a descent, uuen Bible and be) odd retreat along the de- clivity of desire Ue who llvpg to eat, drink sleep, dress take hla short, pamper hi ID all that he It the court lei tmsklng tn the sun the drunken laborer the commoner serrlng his bel IT tlie womau absorbed In her toflets the profligate of low estate or high, or simply the ordinary pleasure lover, a good fellow but too obedient to ma- terial needR lhat man or woman la on the downward way of desire, and, the descent Is fatal Those who follow It obei the name laws as a body on an Inclined plane Dupes of an Illusion foreier repeated they think, "Just a few Htppn more the last toward the thine. there that tben ue "Ml Imtt But the velocity they i.nln them on and the farther the leas able they are to redst Hen. N the secret of the the midueaa of many of our contempora- ries Having condemned their will to the Ice of their appetites Uw? suf- fer tho penalty They are dellwed up to violent paEBloni which devour their fletu rush their bones suck their t loo 1 nnd CHIJnot sated. This Is not K loftv moral denunciation, I bare been listening to what life says and have recorded nf I heard tbem some of the truths that rewound In every Hni dninkenoess us It Is of uew drlaks found the means of quenching thlnf Not at all It rather be called srt of thirst Inextinguishable Frank llber- tt deaden the stlog of tftt NO tt envenoms It, coBTsrts ntttirnl into a morbid obsttslon nnd It thp dominant pascton. rrnblp Hnmim llff with 111 nno of iitionnnii-ni of regulation At a reitnln nlUluli nf forttinf Aninder II chil mnn tlif no clfty worann-nll In for xrbom ttrlrtly InrludM n certain number of nnd BH well fiB pfirnl loirn tnd connlrj boum I urtl tr on fjourlnbo rich upncr mlddlp IU mil life In oilier ro- glow we find men of fiinplc modwite or iimiill mmni trttl vcrr unlike cxi Then the peoplk I HU, daj Hborera, live denee >od ierrlr4 tb' tbfj dunina II leu "bo for [B proiperttj- At rtti aoitr- to HI I
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